International Journal Of Community Service (IJCS) <p><strong>International Journal Of Community Service (IJCS)</strong> is to provide a community service medium and an important reference for the advancement and dissemination of community service results that support high-level community service. Original theoretical work and application-based studies, which contributes to a better understanding all fields Community Service and Social.</p> en-US (Dr. Arman Harahap, M.Si) (Arman Harahap) Thu, 18 Aug 2022 10:46:52 +0700 OJS 60 Student Community Services In Batik Education For The Young Generation <p>Batik is a heritage of art, culture, economy, and local wisdom products that are unique, and attractive. It has been <br />globally. Central Java has several batik centers, one of which is Batik Gumelem in The sub-District of Susukan, <br />Banjarnegara Regency is a research location. The study aims to construct student community services in batik <br />education for the young generation the art, culture, and products as local wisdom. This study used quantitative <br />methods and descriptive analysis through the distribution of questionnaires with a quota sample of 100 students from <br />high schools and vocational schools at the research location. The result shows that community service as education <br />can be analyzed into three aspects. First, declarative knowledge refers to the student's understanding of the types of <br />batik and the importance of batik lessons to preserve local wisdom products. The second aspect is procedural <br />knowledge which emphasizes the student's interest and assessment that learning batik, especially designing digital<br />motifs, is not difficult. However, in the conceptual aspect, students considered that being a batik craftsman and <br />entrepreneur was not prospective to generate a more promising income such as being an employee. Those results show <br />the empowerment of the younger generation in the field of batik since designing both manually and digitally, to the <br />process of batik to coloring is very important, besides skills in eco-print batik product innovation and its marketing <br />promotion strategies through digital media. The empowerment of batik will contribute to developing the motivation, <br />knowledge.</p> Adhi Iman Sulaiman, Toto Sugito, Shinta Prastyanti, Rili Windiasih, Prasetiyo Prasetiyo Copyright (c) 2022 Adhi Iman Sulaiman, Toto Sugito, Shinta Prastyanti, Rili Windiasih, Prasetiyo Prasetiyo Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Edible Cell Model For Cell Biology Learning For The Elementary School Students <p>Learning cell biology in science subject is a challenging for elementary students in Indonesia. Not only it is <br />implicitly taught in the science subject, but it also needs an intangible imagination to understand the cell’s <br />organelles and their function. Therefore, a recreating method to explain about the cells the cell’s organelles <br />and their function. In our program, the 5th and 6th of elementary students were explained about cells, <br />organelles and their function in the first week class. Thus, they also were taught to observe cells under light <br />microscope. Moreover, we developed the cells model by creating it from the edible materials such as cake, <br />candies, messes, and biscuits; followed by fun game. While the cognitive ability of the students was evaluated <br />with pre-and post-test. Our method increased the level of understanding of the students to learn cell biology. <br />However, the standard deviation of student cognitive ability was highly varied in both classes.</p> Amelia Sendang Husin, F.D. Erika Setyajati, Vincentia Krisnina Prasetyo, Bakti Wahyu Saputra, Monica Cahyaning Ratri, Agustina Setiawati Copyright (c) 2022 Amelia Sendang Husin, F.D. Erika Setyajati, Vincentia Krisnina Prasetyo, Bakti Wahyu Saputra, Monica Cahyaning Ratri, Agustina Setiawati Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Socialization Of The Dangers Of Drug Abuse For Mas Pp Students. Tarbiyah Islamiyah, South Labuhanbatu Regency <p><em>The purpose of the socialization activity on the dangers of drug abuse at MAS PP School. Tarbiyah Islamiyah in South Labuhanbatu Regency so that participants can understand the impact of drug use, both physical, psychological and socio-economic impacts. Socialization activities use participatory methods, lectures and discussions. The socialization activity was carried out on June 6, 2022 with the number of participants who took part in the socialization activity consisting of 50 sons and 65 students and 20 teachers located in the MAS PP hall. Tarbiyah Islamiyah, South Labuhanbatu Regency. For this reason, through socialization activities on the dangers of drug abuse, it is able to increase the understanding of MAS PP students. Tarbiyah Islamiyah, South Labuhanbatu Regency. regarding the types of narcotics, the impact of drug abuse from the physical aspect, psychological, educational, social and economic as well as ways of preventing and overcoming drug abuse among children and adolescents. For this reason, this socialization activity can fortify the younger generation as the nation's next generation, especially students at MAS PP. Tarbiyah Islamiyah, South Labuhanbatu Regency. from the dangers of drug abuse.</em></p> Aziddin Harahap, Hasmi Syaputra Harahap, Inés Aubone, Mohammed Mahdi Hassan, Nilofar Azmi Copyright (c) 2022 Aziddin Harahap, Hasmi Syaputra Harahap, Inés Aubone, Mohammed Mahdi Hassan, Nilofar Azmi Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Improving Literacy And Numeracy Of Students In Elementary And Junior High School Through Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) <p>Merdeka Belajar-Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) Program aims to be the answer to realizing independent, flexible and <br />quality learning in higher education in order to create an innovative, open and student-oriented learning culture. The <br />MBKM policy relates to higher education learning activities that give students the right and freedom to study outside <br />the program for three semesters which can be used for on-campus and/or extracurricular studies. Kampus Mengajar <br />is part of the MBKM program which aims to provide opportunities for students to learn and personal development <br />through activities outside the classroom. 3th Kampus Mengajar of 2022 will focus on improving literacy and <br />numeracy skills in basic education. This context is getting stronger considering the condition of literacy and <br />numeracy in Indonesia which is still low in line with efforts to increase literacy and numeracy as one of the national <br />priority agendas. The Kampus Mengajar Program opens up space for students to be able to devote their skills and <br />knowledge in helping these elementary and junior high school students. This program also provides opportunities for <br />students to actualize their passion, enthusiasm, and desires.</p> Darwin Lie, Lora Ekana Nainggolan, Nana Triapnita Nainggolan Copyright (c) 2022 Darwin Lie, Lora Ekana Nainggolan, Nana Triapnita Nainggolan Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Child Mental Health Education After The Covid-19 Pandemic <p>The Covid-19 pandemic is a disease outbreak that has spread not only in Indonesia but throughout the world. This <br />virus not only affects our physical health but also affects our mental health. Even though the government has now <br />declared Indonesia to be free of masks, it cannot be denied that the coronavirus is still among us. For this reason, it is <br />important to maintain good physical and mental health. During the pandemic, many people feel the consequences, <br />especially children who still don't understand what is going on. In addition, the lack of awareness of us or our parents <br />about mental health is a problem that must be faced. Mental health is a condition when our mind is peaceful and calm, <br />so we can live a good life too, while children's mental health is related to how children face the challenges that exist in <br />their lives. Community Service (PKM) "children's mental health education counseling after the covid-19 pandemic" <br />which was held at the Miftahul Ilmi Kindergarten/RA school was carried out as a form of concern for how important <br />mental health is to be maintained even after pandemic period has passed. The implementation of Community Service <br />(PKM) is carried out on a scale through two stages, namely: the observation stage and the activity implementation <br />stage. In the implementation stage, it is carried out through the lecture/discussion method of question and answer. The <br />participants provided material on what mental health is, recognizing mental health problems in children, the effects of <br />the COVID-19 pandemic on children's mental health, and the importance of maintaining mental health as well as tips <br />for maintaining mental health in children. The result of this Community Service (PKM) activity is that previously there <br />were still many parents who did not understand that not only physical health must be maintained but children's mental <br />health also has a very large role in the body of children's development in the future to live their lives.</p> Dita Kurnia Hati, Bayu Eko Broto, Azidin Harahap Copyright (c) 2022 Dita Kurnia Hati, Bayu Eko Broto, Azidin Harahap Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Training on Preparing Financial Reports Using Accurate Software for MSMEs <p>The purpose of implementing this service is to provide literacy to MSMEs about financial reports, train and assist <br />MSMEs in Sememi village, Benowo district in the use of Accurate softwarw for menyusun financial statements.The <br />stages of service implementation consist of: planning, implementing and mentoring stages. This training and <br />mentoring activity can be said to be successful because participants argue that this training and mentoring is very <br />useful for providing understanding about reports. financial. This service can also be a provision for MSMEs to <br />compile financial reports with Accurate software.</p> Erna Hendrawati, Khoirul Abidin, Mira Pramudianti Copyright (c) 2022 Erna Hendrawati, Khoirul Abidin, Mira Pramudianti Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Utilization Of Wet And Dry Waste Into Products That Have Economic Value To Support The Residents Of The Village Of Bandar Khalifah, Percut Sei Tuan District As Additional Income <p>Bandar Khalipah village is one of the villages located in Percut Sei Tuan District, Deli Serdang Regency North <br />Sumatra Province with an area of 883 hectares. Administratively Bandar Khalipah village consists of seventeen <br />hamlets.Currently the role of the village apparatus in carrying out its function of protecting the community is quite <br />good and acts as a motivator and the mediator in the community is quite good and plays an active role as a<br />motivator and mediator in the community the cooperation of the village apparatus and its apparatus(hamlet head) <br />is going well. It is known thay on average local residents are also the majority of their income from labor and <br />farming. Those who have uncertain incomes and also have problems faced by the residents of Bandar khalipah <br />village are household waste that is not managed properly, therefore by managing household waste both wet and <br />dry to be used as products of economic value, namely eco enzymes and briquettes can help the economy of the <br />village of Percut Sei Tuan sub-district as additional income and the surrounding environment becomes cleaner.</p> Errie Margery, Wan Suryani Copyright (c) 2022 Errie Margery, Wan Suryani Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Socialization Of The International Certified Internship Program In Support Of The Merdeka Belajar - Kampus Merdeka Policy At The Faculty Of Teacher Training And Education, Santo Thomas Catholic University, Medan <p>The internship program is an activity for students to apply knowledge, attitudes, general and specific <br />skills in the workplace. The duration of this internship is a minimum of 6 months and can be extended <br />according to the provisions or agreement between the original institution and the Internship <br />Workplace. Students must be guided by internal supervisors from lecturers and external supervisors <br />from the Internship Workplace. The purpose of this paper is to find and take an inventory of several <br />businesses as partners in the implementation of student internships at the Faculty of Teacher Training <br />and Education, Santo Thomas Catholic University, Medan. Literature research on ideas was reviewed, <br />various literatures were collected and analyzed descriptively. This study shows that there are several <br />businesses that can be used as student internship partners. Such as multi-language internships in <br />Altissia - Belgium, IT Internships at Smartinternz - Singapore, Hospitality Internships in Hotels in Asia <br />Pacific, Middle East and Australia countries, and Internships on Cruise Ships. This program is to <br />encourage students to be able to master various competencies and this program is expected to enable <br />students to improve the competence of graduates, both soft skills and hard skills, to be ready with the <br />needs of the times and prepare graduates who are superior, moral and ethical.</p> Geby Citra Ananda, Zuhri Ramadhan, Bambang Suwarno, Bhakti Alamsyah Copyright (c) 2022 Geby Citra Ananda, Zuhri Ramadhan, Bambang Suwarno, Bhakti Alamsyah Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Health Education And Disaster Relief Empowerment Pemuda Reaktif Tanggap Bencana (Pereda Bencana) In Youth SMP Negeri 2 Martapura Timur Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan <p>In 2021 based on data from the South Kalimantan Regional Disaster Management Agency , <br />there have been floods that hit 11 districts/cities in South Kalimantan , in where floods cause<br />community activities to be completely paralyzed. Banjar Regency is the district with the second <br />most flooding with a total of 32 flood disasters in the Regency area. Flood disasters occurred in <br />15 sub -districts and recorded as many as 275,906 souls and 22,967 houses were affected , while <br />27 . 440 people evacuated i. Disaster knowledge is needed by the community, especially <br />teenagers, because teenagers play an important role in understanding this context and can <br />reduce the risk and danger of flood disasters. One of the solutions formulated is to conduct <br />counseling on disaster mitigation which is packaged in the Reactive Youth and Disaster <br />Response (PEREDA DISASTER) program for students at SMPN 2 Martapura Timur, Banjar<br />Regency . To increase knowledge and information for students of SMPN 2 Martapura Timur <br />regarding flood disasters and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). This research is a descriptive <br />research . The method used by the community service team is through health education in the <br />form of counseling with the aim of increasing adolescent understanding and preparedness for <br />flood disasters with communicative activities . The implementation of this community service is <br />carried out through several stages . namely site surveys and situation analysis, licensing, <br />equalization of perceptions, preparation of materials and instruments, finalization of targets, <br />coordination of activities, implementation of counseling and demonstrations, evaluation of <br />knowledge improvement and reporting. Based on the analysis, some students experienced an <br />increase in the post-test, to be precise as many as 37 students experienced an increase, 23 <br />students did not experience a decrease or increase, and 5 students experienced a decrease. <br />Health education and the formation of disaster-responsive reactive youth (PEREDA DISASTER) <br />can increase students' knowledge as seen from the results of research which states that <br />respondents already know about floods, their causes, impacts, diseases that often occur and <br />steps that must be taken during and after floods.</p> Istiana, Vina Yulia Anhar, Ihya Hazairin Noor, Zuhrufa Wanna Yolanda, Husnul Fatimah; Agus Muhammad Ridwan; Farid Ilham Muddin Copyright (c) 2022 Istiana, Vina Yulia Anhar, Ihya Hazairin Noor, Zuhrufa Wanna Yolanda, Husnul Fatimah; Agus Muhammad Ridwan; Farid Ilham Muddin Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Strengthening The Role Of Village Apparatus In Efforts To Achieve Village SDGs <p>Village SDGs are an integrated effort to realize villages without poverty and hunger, economic villages grow evenly, <br />villages care about health, villages care for the environment, villages care about education, women-friendly villages, <br />networked villages, and cultural response villages to accelerate the achievement of Village SDGs. The village apparatus is <br />a party that will facilitate the implementation of activities driven by the village government. This community services aims <br />to improve the understanding of the Mas Village apparatus regarding the SDGs and Village SDGs, also to evaluate the <br />data collection and implementation of village SDGs through counseling and FGDs. The results of the implementation of <br />the activity show that it is still necessary to update the data on the indicators of the achievement of the Mas Village SDGs <br />so that the acquisition of the Mas Village SDGs score can increase. In addition, the understanding of the Mas Village <br />apparatus has increased so that in the future village development planning will be allocated for economic recovery <br />programs, supporting national priority programs, and new adaptations in accordance with village authorities.</p> Ni Nyoman Reni Suasih, Ni Putu Wiwin Setyari, Ida Ayu Nyoman Saskara, Ni Nyoman Yuliarmi, Anak Agung Istri Ngurah Marhaeni Copyright (c) 2022 Ni Nyoman Reni Suasih, Ni Putu Wiwin Setyari, Ida Ayu Nyoman Saskara, Ni Nyoman Yuliarmi, Anak Agung Istri Ngurah Marhaeni Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Building A Young Entrepreneur Soul With King Bean <p>Entrepreneurship is a creative and innovative ability that is used as the basis, tips, and resources to find opportunities <br />for success. Having an entrepreneurial spirit means encouraging an independent, creative, innovative, responsible, <br />disciplined mentality, and not giving up easily, like an entrepreneur when starting his business from the bottom. solve the <br />problem at hand. 1. Preparation stage 2. Availability of supporting tools The method of implementing community service <br />regarding Building a Young Entrepreneurial Spirit with Kacang Raja consists of: 1. Material preparation 2. Service <br />techniques in the form of socialization/introduction and discussion as well as manufacturing training. 3. Community <br />service time will be held on January 21, 2022. In order to find out the understanding of the implementation of community <br />service, the writing team distributed a questionnaire/questionnaire related to the level of community understanding of the <br />implementation of community service through outreach activities. exploration of 20 respondents. SMEs can be developed <br />sustainably through improving people (improvement of human resources quality), process (optimization of work <br />processes and services), product (quality of goods), and technology (utilization of technology) which will ultimately <br />generate better profits.</p> Raja Parinsal Nasution, Elvina Elvina, Novrihan Leily Nasution Copyright (c) 2022 Raja Parinsal Nasution, Elvina Elvina, Novrihan Leily Nasution Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Building Islamic Ukhuwah Towards True People Establish Graceand Break Fast With The Faculty Of Law With Regional Leaders Muhammadiyah North Maluku <p><em>Ukhuwah means a brotherly relationship between one Muslim and another Muslim. Allah SWT. always give gifts in the form of love, brotherhood, glory, and mutual trust between fellow Muslims or towards brothers and sisters in faith. The above hadith makes it clear to us that as Muslims we are all brothers. Therefore, we as Muslims should love each other and not hurt each other. We must support each other and invite kindness to maintain ukhuwah Islamiyah, so that friendship is maintained in personality towards true human beings. . Strengthening ties of friendship in building Ukhuwah Islamiyah Towards True People.</em></p> Saiful Hi. Soleman, Buhar Hamja Copyright (c) 2022 Saiful Hi. Soleman, Buhar Hamja Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Socialization of Environmental Impact Analysis (Amdal) on Manganese Mining Activities by PT. Elga Asta Media in Loloda Islands District, North Halmahera Regency <p>EIA socialization is the obligation of every mining business actor and is a very important part, in <br />socializing AMDAL so that the public can know the activities carried out by the company. In <br />order not to damage the environment and noise, for people who are active around the mining <br />area. The Amdal socialization team conveyed the activities carried out so that the community <br />could understand and know, so that in manganese mining activities carried out by PT. Elga Asta <br />Media is located in Cera Village, Loloda District, North Halmahera Regency, North Maluku <br />Province. Activities in the socialization of EIA were carried out in Cera Village with methods that <br />were in accordance with the environmental conditions of the community. Conducted activities at <br />the Cera Village office, Loloda Kepualauan Subdistrict, which was attended by the Loloda <br />Kepulauan Camat, Head of Des, Village Apparatus, and the Community. Conducting <br />socialization and interactive question and answer with the local community, the socialization of <br />amdal was facilitated by the company and the sub-district government and village government. <br />Socialization on mining activities based on an agreement between the company and the owner of <br />the plant growing using the compensation method in accordance with applicable regulations and <br />community agreements. Community service activities in the socialization of AMDAL can have a <br />positive/significant impact on mining businesses and communities in the mining area, especially <br />Cera, Dama, Dowonggila, and Salube Villages located in Loloda District, North Halmahera <br />Regency, in order to commit to preserving the environment. properly and correctly.</p> Saiful Hi. Soleman, Sudiar Kokoda Copyright (c) 2022 Saiful Hi. Soleman, Sudiar Kokoda Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Education On Understanding Of Information And Electronic Transaction Laws In The Context Of Social Media <p>The mother acts as an educator in the family. In addition, a mother is also an individual who has many activities. <br />Mothers use social media as a source of information, socialization, and knowledge sharing in their daily activities. In <br />addition, women have limited knowledge but are vulnerable to risk from social media users or certain family <br />members. Participants' knowledge and understanding of social media were still minimal. This community service <br />activity aims to teach mothers participating in the Jami At-Taqwa Mosque recitation of Information and Electronic <br />Transactions and learning to use social media wisely. Initial observation and discussion were the initial resistance to <br />this activity. The second stage was the material presentation activities, followed by the third stage, namely <br />discussions with training participants. Participants' understanding increased by 73% of those who did not know at <br />first. In addition, the discovery of social media selection based on the first reason is easy; the second is usefulness. <br />Interestingly, the security aspect is not of particular concern. This activity increased insight and intellectual capital <br />used in the family and the community.</p> Tyna Yunita, Murti Wijayanti, Heni Rohaeni Copyright (c) 2022 Tyna Yunita, Murti Wijayanti, Heni Rohaeni Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Application Of Dryer Machines In The Development Of Karo Traditional Herb Business In Tambar Malem Group In Batu Jong Jong Village, Langkat, North Sumatra <p>The partner of the service activity is the Tambar Malem Group which is engaged in the business of Karo <br />traditional herbs for traditional medicinal ingredients. The Tambar Malem group which consists of housewives <br />to date still producing traditional Karo ingredients . Mitra is located in Bahorok District, Langkat Regency, <br />North Sumatra Province. Partner problems in the field of production. In production still use simple tools and <br />manuals so the amount of production is still small. The implementation method uses education and counseling,<br />focus group discussions, ,accompaniment, evaluation. Solutions to partner priority problems from (1) Aspect<br />production including Focus Group Discussion (2) procurement and use of equipment (3) preparation of <br />materials; (3) Implementation of training (4) Evaluation. The results of the service activities Increasing <br />knowledge and management skills of business development and implementation of drying machine technology</p> Yayuk Yuliana, Yayuk Puji Rahayu, Harianto II, Cici Niken Ariyanti, Ghalih Anwar Copyright (c) 2022 yayuk yuliana, Yayuk Puji Rahayu, Harianto II, Cici Niken Ariyanti, Ghalih Anwar Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700